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Africa in Review 2021: Regional Conflict and the Role of Imperialism

by Abyome Azikiwe, published on Pan African News Wire, December 31, 2021 Since 2020, the number of military interventions in African politics has accelerated. However, what is often overlooked is the role of western governments and their military institutions in the deliberate undermining of national and regional stability. The North African state of Libya is a prime example of the[…]

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Humanitarian Imperialism

by Alan MacLeod, published on Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, March 3, 2021 Aversion to military intervention has been the default position of the left for at least half a century—certainly since the huge protests against the Vietnam War. Washington planners lamented the development of the so-called “Vietnam Syndrome”—a widespread progressive hostility towards US interventions (invasions, bombings, coups or economic[…]

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